The Band That Fell to Earth feature in the Pitch

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In one of the cruelest imaginable displays of fated timing, David Bowie died just three weeks before last January’s debut of the Band That Fell to Earth. The tribute act, organized by Michelle Bacon (Chris Meck and the Guilty Birds), was put together to pay homage to the musician while he was very much alive. Then came the bad news, and Bacon was joined by Nathan Corsi (Not a Planet), Steve Tulipana, Betse Ellis and nearly a dozen other local-music luminaries.
Read the full feature at the Pitch. Published 1/3/17

Interview with Mac Sabbath manager Mike Odd at the Pitch

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Mac Sabbath is the world's only clown-fronted, fast-food themed, Black Sabbath act. There are costumes, a light show and songs, which don't so much glorify fast food as warn of its dangers. It's a strange cross between “Weird Al” Yankovic and Michael Pollan, but it works. The band doesn't do interviews, so we spoke by phone with Mac Sabbath's manager, Mike Odd, about the whole strange affair ahead of Wednesday’s show at the Jackpot.
Read the full interview at the Pitch. Published 9/14/16

Rev Gusto, “Still There” 7-inch

rev gusto header With the second installment of the Too Much Rock single series, we have the first-ever physical release from Kansas City power-pop group Rev Gusto. As longtime readers will recall, we were super-hyped on their first EP when it was released digitally. It's good to see that the band has managed to both retain their loose, shimmery tones, as well as tightening up their melodies and harmonies. The a-side is an original, "Still There," which balances that shimmering guitar with tight drums and bass, resulting in a song that bridges the gap between slightly psychedelic '60s and early '80s power-pop. The cover of Graham Parker's "Local Girls" on the flip only makes that comparison more accurate. I'd not heard Parker's original in years (it's not like anything along those lines except Marshall Crenshaw's "Someday Someway" ever makes it on the radio anymore), and it was interesting to revisit the song after hearing Rev Gusto's take. They do a lovely job of energizing the slightly-lethargic original, in the process rendering it less morose, and more snotty. The band's goddamn catchy and everyone who sees or hears them just can't help but fall in love with these guys. Here's to hoping some of you pick up the single and do the same. It's a delightfully catchy pair of songs, just in time for summer. [embed]https://soundcloud.com/sidmuchrock/rev-gusto-still-there[/embed] More info on the single series can be found at Too Much Rock.

Acid Mothers Temple and Space Paranoid, “Black Magic Satori” LP

cover - acid mothers temple black magic satoriAcid Mothers Temple and Space Paranoid is the latest, umpteenth version of the Japanese psychedelic rock collective, and on this go-'round, Black Magic Satori, it's less psych and more doom. I mean, seriously: DOOOOOOOOOOOOM! No, but really: there's some super down-tempo Black Sabbath love on this LP -- "Black Sabbth" the song, specifically, right down to the ringing bell. On the title track, "Black Magic Satori," Acid Mothers Temple and Space Paranoid takes the sound out of the grave and into outer space, courtesy of Higashi Hiroshi's madman synths. The same goes for the chooglin', Goblin-esque progressive boogie of "Devil Inside." It's freaky, freaky shit that's hypnotic, yet terribly panic-inducing doom at its most accurate. You get goddamned uncomfortable listening to this record. [embed]https://soundcloud.com/crooked-house/acid-mothers-temple-space[/embed] The lone exception is "Space Paranoid" itself, a disposable and not-terribly-interesting legitimate cover of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid." Strangely enough, Acid Mothers Temple actually covering Sabbath isn't nearly as interesting as their interpretation of it. It's a 12-inch vinyl LP, limited to a pressing of 500.It's not due out until mid-November, but you can pre-order it now from the Safety Meeting Badcamp.

Driving Mrs. Satan talks mellowing metal

Driving Mrs. Satan 2 Driving Mrs. Satan is a trio of London and Naples-based musicians who've recently released their debut LP, entitled Popscotch. As the title suggests, it's lovely, poppy music. The lyrical content may surprise, however, as each and every song is a reinterpretation of a heavy metal track. From Iron Maiden's "Can I Play With Madness?" to a truly novel take on Anthrax's "Caught In A Mosh," the songs -- as the band's Facebook says -- are heavy metal made easier. Yet, for the songs being stripped of the speed and heaviness, there emerges the root melody and lyricism inherent in these songs oft-derided as meatheaded. The band spoke with us via e-mail about the new album and how Driving Mrs. Satan came together. The band bio is so simple -- that you, Giacomo, rediscovered your love of heavy metal when moving one summer. What's your history as a fan of the genre, and why'd you stop listening? Giacomo Pedicini: Heavy metal was the first music genre I have seriously listened to. It was the year of grace 1988, I first find out the music of Iron Maiden ... and in one shot I bought their entire discography, just after that, I went on listening to Metallica, Slayer, Helloween and much more. It took me less than one week to understand that I wanted to be a musician. I never actually stopped listening to heavy metal, but I opened my musical horizons, and started listening to, and playing, also other kind of music. The emotions of those records return each time the turntable needle goes down on the vinyl. What brought you back? GP: One night I was waiting for a ship to go back home, and I used the time I had to put together a selection of metal albums to listen to during the trip. It was a fantastic night! I hooked up again with the primordial emotions, lulled by a cool summer breeze and the slight sound of the sea. I felt that I had to do something. I had to draw that emotion into music. And I decided to do that staying tied in a strong way with the lyrics and the melodies of the songs I was listening to. Driving Mrs. Satan 1How did you all in the band initially meet? GP: Me and Ernesto met a long time ago. We share a strong passion for music and have been playing and touring together with a number of bands over the past 10 years. Ernesto met Claudia in 2007, when she was recording her songs as a songwriter. When we spoke about putting together a band to play re-arranged versions of the heavy metal songs that made our personal history, I thought she would have been the right fit ... we met a few times, made some recordings, and the band was born. There are some striking sonic similarities between Driving Mrs. Satan and Nouvelle Vague -- a bright-voiced woman singing genre-swap cover versions. Where you or are you aware of their recordings, or was this influenced by something else, like Tori Amos doing "Raining Blood"? Claudia Sorvillo: I first heard of Nouvelle Vague one year ago, I was in Paris, and was having my friend listening to our demo, I can't remember if we were listening to I Want Out or Hells Bells, when he said "It has a different taste, but this reminds me of Nouvelle Vague." So no, I was not aware of their recordings when we started. I think in my singing I was influenced over time by a number of singer-songwriters, like Nick Drake, just to say the first name that comes to mind. It's distant in time and we may not seem to share a lot ... but that voice gives me a sense of passion and quiet at the same time. I wanted my voice to sound simple and observing. Narrative. Ernesto Nobili: For me, Nouvelle Vague is the main "ideological" influence of this project. Instead Tori Amos' Raining Blood is barely a cover. It perfectly fits with her aesthetic. GP: I agree with Ernesto. The influence of Nouvelle Vague is mainly ideological. I know very well their first album and I loved it. But we have not thought of someone or something in particular when we were recording the album. Is there a particular method to reinterpreting these songs? I can see that you keep certain recognizable elements of songs, such as "South of Heaven"s opening riff being turned into a piano piece, but what determines how you go about it? GP: The only way is to be honest to the music you are reinterpreting. You have to know it well and love it. EN: We were looking for the very core of the songs. I can't imagine "South of Heaven" without that riff. It's a part of the song, like the lyrics are. We want the songs to be recognized. It wasn't our aim to steal words and write new songs. It's more like classical "variations." And I love Claudia's angelic and sexy voice singing these lyrics: scandalous, ambiguous, funny. [embed]https://soundcloud.com/drivingmrssatan/living-after-midnight[/embed] Has the response from the metal community proper been a good one? EN: Very good, until now. I was afraid of being crucified… CS: Well, the response is strong, for sure, and it's good most of the time, but when you reshape a song that is so different, so famous, and has meant so much for so many people ... of course it cannot be good all the time. People from the metal community are debating over our project, some of them are fond of it, others hate it ... but most people find it interesting ... we've read many "I know I shouldn't like it, but, to be honest, I do" around the web. I think people appreciate good, honest music, whatever the style is. cover - driving mrs satan popscotchWhere do you see the band going from here -- will there be attempts at original music, or do you want to mine the metal genre some more first? EN: Who knows. I just can tell you we all write our own music every day. GP: This is just a starting point. We were able to create our own atmosphere between pop and metal aesthetics. What are the next choices we'll decide later. Surely we will continue to go down deeply in Hell! As someone says..."Mrs. Satan has no boundaries!" CS: We wrote several original songs. We're all musicians and songwriters, so writing original music has never been an issue. Indeed we're currently working at a soundtrack for a movie but things are at the early stage right now. Nevertheless, there are still many, many metal songs we would like to rearrange. We love doing that. It's great fun. There are also many covers of hard rock and metal tunes we did record, but are not included in the album, "Popscotch", and that we're only playing during our live showcase. So yes, there are attempts at original music and yes we're definitely going to mine the metal genre some more. You can find more information about Driving Mrs. Satan at their Facebook page.

Zithromax Z Pak Dose

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Diflucan Cure Scalp Ringworm

cover-black-tambourineBlack Tambourine Diflucan Cure Scalp Ringworm, 's total recorded output just increased by 25%. The influential twee quartet's complete discography, Black Tambourine, contains but 16 tracks, so any new material from the band is something about which to get excited, Diflucan Cure Scalp Ringworm craiglist. In this case, it's OneTwoThreeFour, a four-song, Diflucan Cure Scalp Ringworm uk, double 7-inch of Ramones covers due out on Slumberland on May 15.

The band's playing several reunion shows in early April for Chickfactor magazine's twentieth anniversary, and felt that, since they were going to the trouble of getting the band back together, they might as well try to record something new, 200mg Diflucan Cure Scalp Ringworm. Ordering info's not yet available, but I'm sure if you keep an eye on the Slumberland website, you'll know as soon as it happens. Diflucan Cure Scalp Ringworm canada, You can take a listen to their dreamy take on "What's Your Game" below. The cut features backing vocals from the 'Rinettes, " a one-time only virtual meeting of some of the band's favorite singers: Linda Smith, Rose Melberg, Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls and Jenny Robbins from Honeymoon Diary."

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Fish Erythromycin

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This is by no means a necessary release, and I'd much rather have had an EP of new tunes than an LP of covers, but the liner notes do a solid job of explaining why the group picked each track, and what these bands have meant to H2O, Fish Erythromycin. And, hell - if one kid goes out and buys a Warzone record instead of something from Skrillex, 150mg Fish Erythromycin, then Don't Forget Your Roots has done its job.

The LP comes on a variety of colors, and you can still snag red and white from the Bridge 9 store. Fish Erythromycin india, I think mine came on purple. It looks great, with an insert that shows all the records from which the songs were drawn, and a download card, as well.

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Diflucan Teeth Stain

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However, the 99 Songs of Revolution project he recently started is dedicated wholly "on playing music that other musicians have written, Diflucan Teeth Stain coupon," meaning we've got quite a few cover songs to hear before we get something "new." Add into this the fact that Streetlight Dreams is going to be "a stripped down version of the songs you know," and it makes me wonder if Kalnoky's just turning into the ska-punk version of Kepi Ghoulie. 30mg Diflucan Teeth Stain, In other words, the both of them have recorded a slew of songs I love, but keep recording and re-recording them in different styles and formats, to the point where I just start to wonder if I'll ever hear anything new again, 40mg Diflucan Teeth Stain.

That being said, the pre-order for Streetlight Dreams is up now at the RISC store, as well as that for a single that features the Somewhere In the Between track "We Will Fall Together" and a cover of Bad Religion's "Hooray For Me." The album is due out November 22.

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Is Cialis Safe For Women

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MP3: Early Winters, "Fourth of July"

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